Vertu Constellation Smile helps improve kids lives
There a new Vertu smartphone that is becoming available, but previously Vertu handsets were all about you, the new handset is all about the kid’s life you can improve by purchasing the new Vertu Constellation Smile, which has now been announced by Vertu and Smile Train.
According to the guys over at GSM Arena, when someone purchases the special edition Vertu Constellation Smile smartphone, a child that suffers from a cleft lip or palate will get free surgery from Smile Train, which is funded by Vertu.
As for the Vertu Constellation Smile handset itself, well it is basically a Nokia C7 handset, and as such sports a 3.5-inch nHD AMOLED touch screen with Sapphire Crystal glass, 32GB memory, Bluetooth, WiFi, 3G, an 8 megapixel camera with LED flash, and comes with exclusive ringtones and alerts that are played by the London Symphony Orchestra.
The Vertu Constellation Smile measures 118.2 x 54.2 x 12.2mm and weighs in at 164 to 199 grams and has a talk time of up to 7-hours GSM and up to 4.5-hours WCDMA, and up to 400-hours standby time.
Currently there is no word on availability or pricing for the Vertu Constellation Smile, but the smartphone will become available in Pebble Grey, Anemone Purple, Coral Blue and Coral Red, and you can reserve the Constellation Smile handset by hitting up the Vertu website.
We also have a short video for your viewing pleasure below explaining all about the Vertu and Smile Train partnership, so don’t forget to head on down and hit that play button to check out the footage…enjoy.